May / June, 2012

By POND Content Network

Published on May 26, 2012

PondTradeMag-May-Jun-12Publishers’ Perspective

NAPP President Mark Krupka – Changes are in the works at NAPP (National Association of Pond Professionals), as long time President Mark Krupka steps down after 4+ years at the helm, turning the reigns over to well known, Warren Thoma, Thoma & Associates, LLC. Thanks for your service to the industry, Mark. To learn more about NAPP, visit their website www.nationalpondpro.com. Good Start to Spring for Industry – Word around the country seems to be optimistic as winter gave way to an early spring warming trend. If you are not feeling it yet, maybe you should link up with others in the biz, and see what they are doing differently, to catch the spring sales boost, as it peaks. In This Issue – You will discover how to net koi, is clay something you should be adding to ponds, calculating evaporation and see some beautiful aquatic plants. Carl Petite, Columbia Water Garden, shares his experience with service routes: a great business opportunity. Can you do more to help your business grow? We hope we can help with fresh thoughts from Rick Smith of EasyPro Pond Products on word of mouth networking. PONDSources.com And don’t forget to get your free listing at www.pondsources.com, or upgrade to our gold listing for only $99 for an entire year. Website Remember to check our website for the most recent press releases, to stay up to date.

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